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Old   November 26, 2010, 19:21
Default Need help. plzz (Axisymmetric Sudden Expansion)
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I have the deadline coming up but still I'm messed up. The following mesh is an Axisymmetric Sudden Expansion and the paper is related to bubbly flow in Sudden expansion. My objective is to read the paper and get run some cases in FLUENT and compare the results with the results in the paper. Although, the paper is based on multiphase problem but my work is only in single phase using water. I want to start from the scratch and I need some help for that. I have seen people checking whether the flow is developed or not.. and somethings like that. I really need help to start as soon as possible. My final objective would be run several cases and plot graphs(velocity profile, wall shear, static pressure etc) and compare the graph with that in the Paper. Somebody plz plz help me start this project. I just need a start. previously I had converged using K-epsilon and K-omega model but I'm not sure whether I was right or wrong.

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MESH:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/rm9w5r

Journal Paper:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/u58sr7
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